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Old 05-21-2003, 07:25 PM   #1
Ekim Gram
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A little bit of Apache help

Ok, I just re-installed Mandrake 9..1 and I'm happy to get going, I installed every package that was available from installation just so I can feel special and one of them was Apache 2.0. Now, since it's installed, I need help knowing where to put the files, I have no idea where it is. If it helps, my IP address is to show you that Apache is working correctly and is fully installed. I just need to know where to put the files and how. (How as in if I need to be logged in as 'root' or whatnot)
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I'd recommend to do a
rpm -ql <name_of_your_apache_package> | grep htdocs/index.html

There's a fat chance you found your test-document
in that directory ... htdocs/manual will tell you all the rest ;)



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